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J (i a ,w it isn't J .V i t liiiD'-n f ii-i rit.im ti i.i.l.r.ii o tl.ir i.t mi luii' !j fr Kat it sk km T'r I i-h; (w in. -tl.it ,' !; thai .! -i.! I a! 1 boim--tl.il :j i !m Ik ilij, 111 lim.t aw w, wtui' th.i' sjtin iv uiitiiKl. nil ftt.Virii l..unf to ti.i' i'i ij.'a..-J stM.l tliMt rli 1 tl iiij,'. If Ni.lM'iM! IihJ iwr f:iillt f.iittnl itli hm en tin- wie tLat I.e a trac ti.nl m.'l thut'hi! ttan't juM-tiral, lif tmjrl.l 1 ;tf ni.hwrii-.l nitii MiMn-sh Aii'ln-y n j j.M.ii!j''tinl ii'n a iluulitful i-:im li.iit l.i' ll.f. Tun . i'f t h: ( xis- 1 l.n- .f (liilt rust "I do lint ki o. wli.it j t.cn! ii.: i I' Imiit st in .Ik .I tind woi-.l'f Is it :i tn.f tli!t-V" C r (aiii'v in I x .t !i wutl an. I .1.1(1 ,e wa; I.niiM !f hciu t4 m:I trr.c. l'.ir ihitss tl.a", we i.tii rwis li was iju.t.i viih mt snij.ail,v. Ii. (l.i.l In- wa f,i- tin- Ill-is) 'Hit . I. ll. HI! il.tl" ln'i. I ( ii,t (Tll- iug tl- t; 1 a mi;iji1 Ktiaht-f.r-: waul -i:'l inaii, v.hii w. nt Lis own tva, In i.l Ins own life, l..l what i; f.-ll to his lt t tl". in u mi'iniis'v miIm v f t.a.iy, Loin, ly fai hion. lie never ht, a uiv ull,i j,iu, tiuiiv. lh Ti.t r i.w. i veil to the ii;;hi or to the left. It mi,.ilt,.',.r of hi.s love stood at teniM rate. , did no: oecur to him, ajimtn-ntly, to de-; j via c honi a c mj.net j.ian of eonsiso nt .: conduct, ii, i.. -,. r c, ni-d to .vay iuiy-. ,h ll xwlh :il to u., v u;;il th.nr I e ,!.d n.U ni. ar, i.r to III. :iu al,V- tillU,,., h in il,. :e U'.-lK-ctK, .Slot,.', it tii.iiK I., il.d md Mi;nml l:'c hi.s ,.vtuYut, )H-iMst d mconU-mjilutiii? , j . i i.i is I nd not nl nun it that ek mi ni UJld i.j.u i n-c i.oni the nro-saie and oi el., l.s.x, i.t kk th ,t cl.ai actci i., tl.e j.at.,l4.a j.,,ut ,f K.VV. Notions of po . m.it , erw .,! H iu.- Kiji'i ; with whoni:t,ay ttU(j M ntm. lit on those or nny Vih ,ikili .lieu mindit' lis they phrase j bUi,j,.,.t were not possible to hini. i n, is iati,.-i hke cr... l..n- a bad e-o -au jtl t.ullsUtiHinal heremty refused to bo hiiki.i. ou lal.ti preteimitttd than per- )i, lined. Ne.l Stone.s mind ran pure nnd dear a-, a b;ook. You were ol course tit lib erty, if Mich vu.h voi.r humr, to deride it in l eu. men ly n water brook alter till pn ! mi a I unit of slrong claret, pciLij s. .Slid the former, la: it reiueni i.elcd, if. iiva.iid lc lit nil limes and de- Ice, able whelms eur in its omi nuM way ; i hi- llltU V is only for occasions ! of l.Hin.ty nt Ion- intcrnm,, never run- j lie was a broker in tin.- dli l.othinir tu ut! nor let-H than that. Wlitthcr his l iber aii.l pioli r had to do with tea or s,n;;ftr, or i-hipM or Mock, I um not cer .aiii. 1 for. i.i! it M;;':iiMi.t 0 know that ho v.;. a b;..'.,t r of s. nie i.inil in the cry. Tin. l'i.i-l com i veil a luluiu idea . . t t - i , . . . io m muni, ii i Dad Koti'dit to cniarop t - - - --r. r j he idea by daufyin;.', the fact, I might : have tound myself less enlightened ! tmt niight have been made to the t f ihan fuitlu r coniiised nboul the matter f. ct that shti was tun thing of the kind, lor inquiry, I notice, often hewi'dusim ittWjn did not perplex or disconqioso much US I! ins'lT.CtK. l.nil IK'I'II i i us ii ins rr.cts. lie nnd iK-idi i p oor at o,. lime of ins hie, iintl y h mwl.nt. she m t "iut-d to every t .vn li very h ii-d. His lmius-! i'iv nice-looking, sensible J:ln- i..cl i ty, iio-, i m r, had in , he i nd met wit ii i ,s-..ue leward. Aiiiua ii. inidili u(,i';ft lover at all, w hy then it was a lover ii.: -.ia.s-.ery comfortably cirei.ii tal ced ; j With a large infusion of the man of ..nd he saw no reason to doubt that hiu business. At the same time, it blnmld pnpeiity would continue. lien he j H, m,teil that as a man of busineii Ned aiinoiinecl io his frii nd.i, then hue, sjione was a Mrictly honorable and th.-.t In; thought of taking to himself a j i,rough going gcudeinan. wile, it was felt gem rally that the Mq j s: nm's love alt'air might not be very In-tnedita;e.l was a prn.leiit nnd ju. p. r ! ntj,, (() a looki r-on ; if it could one, and only what might, um ei all Uie j j,e tuld a lomanci! at all, it was un cin unistam es of the case, have been 1 ,jUeMioniably a dull one. Y'et there pa-...nub y evpictid. And when he ' a.s something respectable about it too. flirt ht r f-i-ii. d that he had made an tif-l;s afmeiiou was not all for .lisplay, t. r of his 1 ami to one Mis (Jeorina ' i,ui vhol'y for m-e; a noli.1 and durable Uamn, tlur d;. lighter of a v:iltl.y j l4kinrr uviit-le, umi in thut light com J'.tisl 1 ml in m. ii hint, ami that his ot.tr 1 mantling attention. It was not n wine had bi t u mi. pied by tl.e lady, we. f j ji;if sprl led and el 't rvts ed,U- b ing eouise hasitned to tender han oiirjour u,c glass's brim in ros.-tiuted hiiiithlt congn.tuhtiions on the happy i f,lln; Jet it might, for all that, be of a oecas.oii. When 1 mv "we," I must noli wiumL'still. r.n.l potent vin! t . 1'os- l "e to. K iMooii un em luovnig me coiio- , . , . -ii j iii,.i hi .t,i .i t .i iik i"V ovtii it,.t.in.i,..i:ty, bu: a.t speaking o ii-iio i i i.ii'i a iii.u vi.i.tu.h o ner i f' n mis of 1 r-d !S;..i:t V. who were also V fl. ends, and who coldi.illv ii1li-i.bM,,,.!,.o.v l.r. u.-: a K-aum-h. ."enel-oa-; , . . . - ' ii,ii nic in v. i i..i,g :ov io tuir irn nd iii.n in..- i loi . d Hii; ml lant chat vr in , .... .... ....... b iIk'.I ,.,..lir.,.nil. hi inc. j Ned 1 ne fpt he of ih' ma' ur in his ' . viii;pK sobir wav. ! "Wdi. v..n know I'm gt-timg on." l,e ! sod, -l.. i ll I HI for to IllltiV, .' :doi,t ! .111. 1 Mould ihn.k 01 ,ng' a'-H. t it A 1. w v. .us h. m e it Hid In.-: t.Hj ia e. 1 rti.tii bi; si Ilinl doAli tiiili it . I. ,..'..!.' to .1 .,f l.f... tune uiloi.t...! bi.l.elor l:es iiiel habits, and baencl- or w ais of hiking at Uiii.s wh,cu i ili .uldu't 1 able io al.er or get oik nt a, ny price. A f - w yearn ago I could n't h iu' aitVr h d i;, to pnt Uie nutter o.ii.iov. ami is.i it noi o.i. ol tiif inn-ft- tou. 'lia I lat loi.ltd i u-viiitd n,it'lorgina W'arnn. i.V t Hi i.eii 1 .ii. old it; i nl ii : g f.llg t .,t-.;. 1 .-J-l -:t - O .i ,i.t . o o .... a. 1 h i.i l i i . . . , -i ..... o , r.gi:. I I'm ? l.i. al d I.l A 1 v , jo ... if 1 o i t i.l IV .. .; to tjst t too .a I Hi ,o d. l i nit i na .ann hi. I li U t i. t : s: ht rwav is fond ,if ... ::. i. it i! lov, i:iti ii or :. ihl : u .i ..s g..sl ..f.koV. H -r . pliuij. ...... t.i .. I ai.,.i.i,al.. ' A . .....t. 1.. t .l f .:n.'l il. . ul V .1,, kii.ii.l tti'ttu'iU me a v.rv tfiftMl kind .reasonable and d.sagnable old fellow v I . v - r 1 1 tij 1 fin' it . . kf.iriii iii' tn 1 i 't M 1 1 Ii . ai'i - i-.l '. T : i . I . I I hilt I kl.1 U il' I teiiai-l i'I Iii L r il .TV jLs'.l l.iJ.i i f . i-. i . , .,, ..... i t .i ., ,i biiic i.i f Hat ati'i tsitiiJor:atji., and i . i . . . i ti i . .i .. i e no U..UM "lie I. un me ptauie em uvr YLstt ti-iie isthtre to U id? .ma.ntiii:sti:k. rr.. I', iLaj I in tiff r f it. 1 of .-KI W ar- j mi, ll.- i i't. r, j r s i j t . ; r Ir. n, tii f.i"!-r in't v ry f.nl'f rm. li.lt I ! 'Il l M t'. lt ti.;lt lil t I til.i'-lT k rv tun. h. 1 liH -!v nf hlmll U!i l r Ktiiiid is.h I.t r Uttr Ij Kti I l v; t. a:.' inn r tiii-t rul on un w-U f nj.; Hi,.l 1 t!i(it try an I tuuLi U.i- f U;t- !! t'. i..J. i...4!i'h liinuoi -, an.! tint tun .mi,u r to Lini nmi than I "hii i. . i.. V. i lit'cln't U- in. i-: iiiit m rv . f i n jon Ltiow. Aii.l it n inn t in ii, ..! the ot.j (. ii-.w woaKI l- i." foiflt r if j;;Ih!. who lnliit w.il.t to ina' iv li. i '.; , ,ii! r tl.an hi- is il we. Alt. I if iiv. a liki-h ln (lili.l t-!ich:is .h .huh, ami if 1 U!i i orii.a ami 1 kllOW 1 .1,(i fi ll w.'lil'l to llic til.' liii.-f ).ait . f tin1 hniVf-os. I ilon't think I M1 tiuulili' linw ( l ii tll aU.nt 11k' M liiall's V ii w H oil tt-c itiiyct. oll ki ! it 'h oii" iiir.i.r ( iH.rina'n al-.l ni.lif a:.. I not his; though itV lianl to nmki" hau n-' it in that li;'ht. lint I lar miv it Will all runic rip. lit in the i-nd. That's what I till 'iiorHift wlii-n i.ln' tak.s uj. with railiir gloomy vii-wn alKiut her Lit hi is ti in -ir. Shv's m ty 1 w.ix iiii.i 1 think bho looks at tin? ma t. r i-iy nun h a.s I do only of roinx' h!n fim't hc! fivlii.jj that he is her f . ' 1 n . . wh it-as. thank kooin ss, he iri not nniic I ion niui'h olhi"l to you nil for your .Mhl w Lsln h, 1 h.iy lln'.Utl." Il will U-mi n (hat XitlSioii.1 vva.i not a lou-r to "hih hki- a fun, i.e." As for writing "wiit.ii' a wo. fnl halia l to h.s iinsin-i-.V tyi hiows," 1 don't fan cy lie i in.ld ha.f i.ci oniiiisht'il Mich a teat, i Vi'ii ll his lif.' had depended on iiis itolULT mi. iiH lniiHc neat ever lto u K). ney towards a rise. Let , ttli he could, it did not hi-, hi ,,ilsUu)(.( utullby "the .juotidian of love." Theie was iioihin;j nbuut him d. nionstratiiij.' "a carclesa desolation." The "muiks of love," as they are ordi narily understood, were not dicemible upon him. He was, indeed, a great disappointment conventional idea in relation to the lover. Manv, pel haps, would be inclined to think that he was ,lot to 'ie j-, garded na ti lon-r ut ull - tU,, l, u nd kinmli' n liwn ffoiiur to be ,,,,0,'ied which character docs not nec- id-Icsanllv involve the ft.ruif-r more ut- lr;u.liM; Illul bJloWV ,,, Certainly l;e (lilf lu)t liXaainisJ, or i-peechify, or be- , ,llt. m entrie way whi-h is pop- ili.ii lv expected of n loveV. lie nU'ected v I. no piirlicuiar raptures as to the propo sed change in his life, tl ougli Ic looked forward to it with a sort of calm satis faction. He never HtiitI a word to the agitated siate of his lueast, or the exciti nit i.t of his feelii gs. lie did not regard Miss Warren as an angel or a . , i 1 1 i 1 1 i. ... i .Jlll.i nr., -i v'i.'j .... ......... ........ .... the first to contradict any allegation "Hiddess; I'loDulill ne woiuii nave oeen l,,K visum. Miss arrtu hi t Died sun u- m Msj,m viuh till If he was to be coiisidt red kiI. v. too. it would tie Minni to UetiCI" Uiittl US 11.010 tliihll.Iig BUti Kunsptmut.' rival. I .iked t: e mau. Urn wortimieKS, m- ! ,i..i....i..1. 1 il... n . .nd of ub. - ' . - ----- r- fellow a most tius'v and reso.ute ! f, ,,.,,,1 To me the tiro , ll if 1 il. io im: iiiu 1 i ii "i iii- . . 1 '1- . . . t I... . . .f I. , I afi'.tir was a mattf r of cm .oils study. I was of,, n consuhiing ih- q.nstioii, Won'd h clii.tige him mu.-li ': would h.s practicaLi i'y uium.i ely .uccatiib' ah U.-Sl lulosoj I.V Wte L.V p-.iol -.ig-un-t paH- - i 'ii? w:.n'd he l.ni.er, like most 0 1 n 0 1, J o.v ve oohy i t might en- tr njoii the 1. 1.1 ui, t.t .i r; nisi, an un icVtieeti d til hid'bing ami crach.ing in I reus'- i I ca.lt 1 I.-).,., ii.nt oiu; evening. He w is alone. He looked a little grave, and he h. Id in his hand a small Healed p:u ke'. We di' Ci hs, d varioUf. inditferent oj ict; then I inqniri'd concerning Miss t), have n't you heard Y' he sai l qui etly. I5tit of course you could n l have Y-.H'if!"' r''- u? atla.rs on; our engage- ,,,a I tiicnt has coiiie to an end." msii-1 "You don't un an that ?" . sjsci i " iC . t! e tlnrig'K 'broken off,' as j-o- J ietay. i a oiu y, " "J a,H'1R lt l ut il !t,J 1 1' II" Had the lady resi'iite.1 his serenity ami tnsuiissen nun r i at,cu uivmh. As lliou.li h had not Heard th ques- tion, he witit on: tht iii.1 mans loing. I Imjss .v . . v s u.e mo si un- - a. . v. .. ..a . a - a ... - , . 'But Wd ttUit tlid He do .' k we fell out alsmt the settlc- uicHt; inai was wnere mo mien arose. -- t bu ur? I did ail I could to t l avi nna. " . UP a- Tuesday mouxixc. aim..., 23. 18G7. solicitor. 1 tuM liiiii t ' t!io nl.at tii.f- ! rj I.. jn 1 to s. ttie njx.n lo?i . !anh t r it t-n't no. h, nft r ull ju.t a he ' ,t d; 1 did at wt'i't t) toinh :in:fjHj,tiy r.fit. He noel.t (,!! it, I t .! 1 hiitl, jnsf n Mri-tly iim i n r he I.'.-u-cd; i r he ii.i'l.t -ttlu no'hiti nt ail uiM n ht-r. if ht? l.ki d that letter ; It was h,H daughter I r.aide.l, and in t his inoiu v. And for my j.art, l take j raw timt my wifo didn't eoinp to want. I undertook to ins. u e my I. fe for a laro Hinouiit, ti.d t. sv ;tl the policy 1 1 : trustees for her U nefit, in r-a vt my d.-a'.h. covenanting, of ronrc, to j.ay ' tl.n nreinhinn re'ii!a.-iy, and tokeeji nj the insurance in tK usual :iv. 1 thoticlit that a fiiiraintiL'i luent i noii'di: i . . i i .. . .. l: ii V i out n tinin i conic: j.iiu. Jin vvnnic.i i..i; 1 t ... II.. 1, , l..' ...L;iii iminn . ".i. jf in ii.ii.ii t i .i t i . ' .. ir ahanoitli of conli.Ii rice in nic. I It .' lit. I I'li'ii'i. I. ir nil K I I i.l ..,.' I. .... i ..t ...r. -i:.... for his d.iuhfcr. insisted that nnv H'ft'idin runnd mid looking or. Of monpv I tnioht in future becoinc ih.shch- cours he cmld not o back after that ; M-d of I sh.nild convoant to brin; into , J"'1 M " l!u' thiti was nettled." thnM ttii nnnt. It wad most alward. j 1 con-sat nlaled him heartily, rr. s OfcouiN.; I couldn't consult to it. I cntiy I hasd hy ch uice, "How lucky it had my business to consider. It may w ou didn't hent back Mhw Warren's l.eicrx d, .r,iii!c bv end by to invest letters ! ' .... . . - - . I 1 1 t . . 1 .. I 11 .. .1.1... 1 . i t iui- iu-r i 'i' :ai ill it. v i;v r-lioiiiil 1 1,,. ..ii deied ir. in investing my own money in the way I might deem best ' (if eouise i.-iv wife and children if I ever have a.;y wnl reap 11... 1. ... ill .1 tue o.'l.t ill 01 11 jmt ii . i i 11 --.s 1 snail. li'iMcver, ne , ' 1 v 1 it tr tit iv ,1, 1 ui :..i,i. in 1,1,. ni I i..i-.i te.w liotiilii ' 111. ii-.. Io bo miid. He wouldn't nve in ; and 1 wouldn't. I told Oe,ir-i gimux.ieiiv Iihv the matter fit. .ml. She's of ag-. 1 ask -.1 her v. hi ther she'd mar-! rv me Miih. nt, !',. old niaii'H consent.-i1 l'oor girl ! i ite Hill sin- didn't 'it f.- illl ofii H i.l!- ii. h-!;. f u- i, ,i I'm Hot IO be Tui time, at any rate.' He spoke r.v he without the Slight I endeavored Jo e i ibe'i.lfiil w,v do 1 hat. She shrunk ; : ! i r; so t h.-re's no s broken off, and d, it seems this . now fully, but Mill trace of temper. :ie him iii a coin- nioujilaco ott of a way. It wa a difii eult matter ti) know what to nay upon such an occasion, and consolation at all times ii apt to run iino commonplace forms. He opened the small pacl.ct he had been holding in liia hand. "This is pic-v ani," he said quickly. "Here are ail my letters to (Jvorgina. Ah, and here is a hide present I gave to her, sent back to me." There were not many letter:?. They were written, I cmld ve, in my friend's usual bold, plain, legilie hand. Their contents I could giicsr.: little enough like conventional ty' 1 't:rs l1'" obal 'ly very nht cs;atie conipi.(im --Yet mm ple and to the purpose, and unmistaka ble enough. The present wa:i a ring, a large diamond, heavily set, in plain gold just the valuable, substantial, simple present I Could have fancied Ned Hume selecting for hi-i be'hs othcd. "I suppose they'll expect me to send back (Jeorgina'tf letcrs to her," he mud. "Undoubtedly." "It's the usual way when engagements como to an end." "Certainly it's tho usual way." He rubbed his chin and seemed to reflect a little. 'Have a cigar," he said presently, "and let us talk bj ut something else; this is not the m id. agreeable subject in the world. Tell us what you have been doing with your.-elf, lately V" So we fell to talking again about this, that, and the other. Presently I left him. As I went avvfty he said quietly: "I think I hhali try and see (leorgina once more, fur a particular reason." I did not ask what that particular reason was, and he did not tell me. A few nights ai' erwatds I saw him again. He w is at no time subject much to change ot 'in-"id, or at. any rate sel d un Im;. rayed any variation of that kind. Yet it tii u.-k iiie i hat, if anything, he was in rati.e,- better spirits than tis.ial. "Y.ni didn't mention," he said, "what I .oi.l yo.i the other iiiy;ht that my en gagement was broken till" V 1 evpli.ml that I hail not mentioned it f ii a p n t icularly good reason. I had iiot. no. n any person whom it would in terest to be in i iformed of the fact. "It s just as well," he said, "because, i.s it happens, the engagement isn't liiok' H oil'; or r.i her its on again. Mitdetd! I'm fcuie I am va ry glad to hear li." "1 told yo i I sh'Kild try and see (leo rgina again. Weil, I knew that she of ten went with her father mid oilier re i.i ions itud friends to tho Zoological (i.irdeu on Sunday. I couldn't cat. at old Warren's k mse, you know, because j 1 understood tnat 1 was ua good as kicked out of that. Sol went to the Zoological. I've a friend w ho's a fel low, who gives me a ticket for .Sundays whencur I u-k him, and I looked alKiut for (ie-orgiua. I ikwd discovered her, with Warren and a lot of other ! people. Lv my s She saw me, and undestood ; ... . j m i .tiv in jivil.y, UIKI IUI WIIH mtj ,,:ill-- ns that 1 wanUd to siicak toll;,,,, ,,.! ,.,... ,.r ,i i... her oil the quiet. Well, Mie lingered j . . behind a Jittio, and when the rent of her ,,i,ywent to hsik at the kaugar.Kis, snesnp,,-d with me into the bnake-jlLe house, hne lo,i.eiJ rather fnghiened, ; ana um learn m.hm in u. r eyes; so : : put my arm round her it didn't matter i j ' , , . i io iuc uo m iu: ton uow uua loiu her there w a Oiothmg U, U, ala, m, t. at. and tual I ouiy wanted to s,,y a word ! or two. I then told her that I was s:r-! ry I h id not s. nt her back her letters j s I oug.it U. have: but the luain fai-t oi . I..- iiit.it , it .11.1.1,1 v hi ii. ,Ute for t heoi -e of gnern r, a ''over- "Y,iti uvciiii' c,, t;..., ,..lv' si,.; f . . . , te . ' " ' iou mit Hit k.1,.1, int o, ,mu f fci't :,..r of a g-reat S .i'e, m alt chmaU-s and , , .Masons, .tipiM-iltotheuces of camf. Of eoursf I d , Gcirg-v," I "who's Is t u Idling loll I d fli She begun ining tnnbly. Come, (ieorgy," I ku I, "let um get 1 ......i . ....I.... ........ 1.1 i . . .1. U111II1.-.I Wlit.llft.i I'-IJ. IJfc.-n ill Ol , otdy say the word." .' Poor chilil ! i She didn't u; t26 word. I do n t think she ro i! 1 fipe ik f -r ry in; h.t hi4 J.--ki 1 nt ti..', and nhe p--v m r Mieh a hi'Ie t:ol. and then bl. 1 t'an liu':nu' thr -iih lur tear. It w.'iHtiic j.r tin t filing joii c-r ( H co!ir. I k.H. I her, ainl tin n I t'irn- d. :id ho f-ho'lld he stand, t!' l loMt nt my ilf hut old Warn n ! (io nv cave a htt.e wre mi, nd then tite l to hi ik' Ik li. vc t !rit c wn I. hiking nt the loa-coi:strictor. Ilttt of coarc that didn't work; n o I h-iid to old AVarrcn o. a I'li.Tri m. .1 1 it uhv ftti.l tui 1 1 in if mi I . luv hand chei iluilv. j The ecne xc.t, d my runosity, nnd 1 '.Mr. Waricn. (i'eory nnd I arc zhv )XM mhwvl to foll.i dote hehind -t.i i. i. .. '.. . i i i ti . i 1 luv mi ri ..'ii 1,. .1 n ho i.orht. a c. mid u nc in ii i ..'.I , in it it (in ov w 1 1 1. si. j jut von .owl I ,,,,v ivs wi 11 lie fri.i.d, ll tl. Hume. We'd much rather have vunr I "' i't t:i" tioi. .u'Ihhu vuu give it nt than not. .Sui-ihihu ou civc it l i-o i I t I ll.' wiw so astonished th it. hi f.iln i - ..... ..... ' iliii-i- linmii!i,l.ii.,iitii'lii. u-n.l.iln.t minu, nu ijuoc Kin w wn.u ue w.vi .iinni;, im liiLi.ii iiiv ,:.n, . i u 1 to (rintiiU - .... ......................... ! ". "i-ur n now, uiai was wnai i wanted to cviihau to her, I coiildn t Kciid tin m 1 ;ari "You found them too dear to von ?" ..... . ... . ' .. , --- - At ilKl ,. I nil 11. 1 il'l 11 llell'ilt eil llltil - vv...b iv.i...n.. .. V ... ... .. II " 1. . Im. .I...- ,.t f . ,t . 1 . 1 ... .vui in. uii, un explained. couldn't hend them back because i ; ,i;l"u 1 Kl'l'1 u' 1,1 I'd destrowdtht in." UesU'oied them ( r , u ' tho KooJ of u" n ? vllly kwT "usinesi iciiers; incv re icguiaily dockcutl at my oili.-o. jiut "' tj-;u,W letters, they v.cro no us, It was no good kcei'ing them. mule them into juji' injlila!" "Yon uiuu't tell her that " ".No; i hadn't time. 1 never arrived at my explanation about the letters.". "Ineii, my dear Some, h t me entreat you, wuatever yoa do, don't give .Miss W arren our explanation about the let ters." "Why shouldn't I V" 'ilon't juii bee' She thought you didn't bend back her letters for a senti mental reason; because they were so dear to you that you couldn't possibly part wnli them; and so, in point of fact, that miie misunderstanding of lit i s led to too re-cstabhshment of i ur love af fair." "Lo you think so r" he asked musing ly. "Jiut if Georgy's made any mistake about the matter, 1 think that I'm bound to net her right," "My dear iiioue, take my advice, for fear ot ueeideiit, nut her light if you must set her rignt after the wedding ceremony, not before." lim lit r or not he took rny ml vice Tin Hot aiVai e. He was married in due course to Mi.ss Warren; ami I know that tho lady was ofi.cn ho.ud to de clare subsequently she had mariicd the best hilsbuud in Uie World. His practicality had answered, ami it may be a good pian to convert love-letters into pipe-lights; still I shrink from laying it down as a rule, that such a e.iurse should be invariably adopted, Lovers must lie left in that resptct to pursue their own devices and to do what may seem right in tiieir own eyes, jt must lie owned, however, that the siory of Stone's love ali'air shows that there is something to be said in favor of practicality. When is Whisker (iootl for n Man. It would be interesting to know, from competent authority precisely under what con Jit ions or circumstances it be comes necessary for human power phy sical or mental, to bo sustained by spir its used as a beverage. In lhtil, the senators and representa tives of the United States declared, by by an act of Congress, that the fatigues of the march, the privations of camp life, the exposure of the picket line, and tiio terrors of battle could bo endured better without than with the use of whiskey. Surely, if tho soldier' in the heat of a midsummer Southern sun, in the cold of a midwinter Northern storm in the rains of spring and the fogs of autumn, can march, bivouac, light and tl.e Without alcohol, there can be no cir cumstance of labor under which the stimulation of a tlratn woulj be requir ed. (ov. deary, of Pennsylvania, was a soldier in the Mexican war; mayor of San lVanpisco; governor of Kansas in the most stormy period of its early his tory; a general during the rebellion, ... i. . . ..... . . . . . .i Htrurl,. iroiii mo oeg'iiiiiig io me end oi me fighting on the Potomac, on the Kappahatinock, on the Chiekahoini ny, and on the J aun-s commanding a division in Sherman's camp.-rgn frjia the mountains to the sex W hen ad drcr.ung the State Tenii 'trance Cou- . . i .. ... . ii i - it . . - i Mr i. ',.:,, ..,,,.; ,,. ,!,, 0,.. .... m., f. ,i i . f ..... ., ...... -iii...... 1 1. it. -mj.,i, .1 , uiv ...i t.jjc and in Kansas, I never foun 1 it i li ':-.!irv fn tHJn liiidnl- I it -1 j t, i iii 1 1 n 'i . ; Urd tr JIC bi ,M.sl m gut of ...pi,. of iVnnsylvania, havemc ! , i,r,,,,i. tt,,-. ,,.i v. .... bet-n elected without it. At the time ! ,,t ;,,,.,.-., ,; . it,,,,,, ..,u ..r. i ; I - mi inauguration tiietewaM no wins- j i.v n.,.,1 .,..,1 1 ,:il . . fl., titS yH. , ;l f,r.lm,j through, nt my term of y.,,. wdhoul a smgde dr..) Wing used." A f., r a m,i..rt'a govt nmr of a Ur-' tiU)r.t a hard-fighti.. neral, a camli- I f.-, tt mpted by the luxuiits of the ex- t-i-a'ive mansion iii this, and neier found it necessary to t;s: li.iuor! Pray tt:U nhere, huiv, nnd for whom is I,., . . H'-rve for duty ' If a man under w.-vt-rft ordeal i BfMs-jti! to tb ttnergency if r i-:h m S I,. O i r Adiximi. ifc.Uer, how is ho U :. f.ted hr l n madf tn ro or 1. h tlrut.L ? We will that k M'tiic dvo. ntc f tnixli late dr'.k in. fur a butihf i.tory niuwir to t!u fil'oTf. A I'hjj ii'x Imii im : - - 1'assir down on.' 'f onr Lack htin t the . (hi r day, 1 o1-m i i d I w o woiin r, l.otli ti c worse f.r h jnor, nd little prl of fin or mi years of wnlkitii: lv tiic w-lc of tin t.i how in' tlic n atext nnviit hy hi r c- A. k . I.... ... .... ..It, I.. ,.,..11.. i i.oiot i in ;i- mi to: bi.ii-iim i in i idc her inolhi -ii- - i - Were C I,tl r.l.o, w 111 the child t W i ! . 1:1 ,1 it mother l tl... dress. The Roman n'uUUuy turned muii.t. nnd nc.i I U'ttiMilv: " lint do v.hi want.fi.mi tv ? j ;r) , . 1.11." f.llid with the rrrcatir f.-ar ih iiic- i... 1 ted tin its coiiiiten iMi'o, ant tier lit tit' , . looms oik. phi.; tt j.mi..oi:.. t o'.iii.-i, . . ansvu rt d: "O mother I d. nr niotlifr! : ,H,,,, ,hl VrtntM tloii.t be crosa; for voa know mv fallicr ,,rf' 'I1'' ... . w,ll beat you if you git tipsy. IVay, I play old M t'gr tt ti I Inn day in lU mother, ,i not line any rum "with thatj':aiitl h rci n ss. wonia.il" Th.-vinii.r.d; tl.e rum was! lull I won't j.'ny ( nny gntne. If I know c-a!l-d for .lu.rpoured out; the k1:1sm : i"y chai akt. r, w hue a pit k will tale an w as approaching the tnot h. r's bps; but i H' ''- ki"1 10 M"1 w"fl 1 (',,n,it Psn,'- a twitch of the union fnua l.cr child! can f-d tier to turn m r nead. 1 iie.'ired shocked at the linible , . 1 11 Mie ap unguish ; was causing to that inno,'ent child. : 'CI ., t ..f ., , I.l... l..i,. ...1 ll,. ., I lie 11 einiL.. ... ii 111... .1.11 r ............ .1.- selves; she put down the glass untoiich- l j cd, fondly kissed her t hild, and depart- .Should tins reach the cyo of a child who has a drinking parent, let it follow this little girl's example. Woui) to M irm in. A short time ago a hi'ly, moling in the best circles f.f Cincinnati a lady whose father's name mis widely Luown as an eminent, bank er ai d a prominent ("hristian philan thropist; a lady whose husband's voice had been listened to with respect, in the halls of Congress and on the floor of the General Assembly a member of the Presbyterian Church she, the child of tho Church, was picked up from the gutter by a policeman and borne to her homo drunk. How had she come to this? She had never tasted "wine till her tiest child was born. Her physibi cian recommended it to her as needful for the restoration ot strength. The de mon soon had the m tstery over her. So has it been with thousand of th? noblest of women -women of culture ami refinement, of warm sympathies ami strong nlle. lions. In an evil hour, recomuiende 1 by the iloet r a man t f skill and eminence in Ins prot. ssion- to take a liil'e wine, brandy, ale, or bourbon,a:i a stimulant, togive strength and tone to the fysti-m, mo' tiers have begun to use intoxicants. The n. c nr-fltf-f tltf ihil'f. Sti hv of thk Hini.n. Looking at the P.ible merely as a historical fact, as a power in the world, which has inllueiic ed the opinions and direcled the life, and quickened the heart of millions ; which has been inspiration to the great est minds of the race; which has been the spring of that philanthropy which is the boast of our civilization; anil which is now the profv-tsed guide of three hundred millions of our fellow inen; surely these facts, apart from any consideration of its lliiine origin, of its claims to be a revelation fiom (lod, de mand for it a respectful attention and diligent study, from any one who would be considered a well informed and in telligent man. Lincoln's Favoiutk SnitMo.w The fol lowing is a characteristic, short sermon, which it is stated President Lincoln was in the habit of preaching to his children. It is too good not o lie often repeated, and tot) short not to be read, as it is sug gestive to parents, and should be learn ed by our youth : "Don't drink. don't Miioke, don't chew, don't swear, don't gamble, don't lie, don't cheat ; love your fellowmen, ns well as God, love truth, love virtue, and be happy." Horace Greeley Pavs that the dark est dav in a man's cart lily career iV that wherein he fust fancies that there is some easier way c ,f gaining a dollar than by squarely earning it. How to Mike Both Iv.-ns Buy Patagonia, Mr. Seward. MltT. Never despise; counsels from what ever quarter they reach you. Ilemein ber that the peail in keenly sought fir in spite fif the coarse shell which en velopes it. "if New Publication. The Vwtvu' Macazikp., This is a new magizino published in London by the Society for promoting Christian knowledge, and isstn d in New lorkby ; Pott li Amerv. 4 A 1,1 Cooner Union. . Th nttii.l.r I.ifoi-A iw l.r .T-., rv and the reading matter i-s of the h'trlo - - - - j - - - - ........... v... ... : l 1 . , . , i ' , ',1 ! ,n" I"''," "' ''l ami a fine colored picture, trinted on fctonfi we presume The last is a . . . . ii i i one to cut out and haie fn.med. good It con ... ! ? ' ? "f tr'm Iw,1 of tl,e m J'wt'r,'a, memorable ev. nts, hf,. f,nd manner, wi' nee and art, illustrated f-ket. hes of LaH. ca,tW uhU-r. cathedraU nnd . ti ir . t v i i. r village Homc.t of Lngii.n.I, Ac, Ac.--- . " , . ,. , , '. .' Though published und-r Church anja- ces it is not mteneii-d mt-rciy l r v.hureh pop:e, Hiu ior g'-ncrii nrctiiation. 15 heiing it to be a magazine of nriiisu al nn rit, we hop-e it will meet with the suceetis it deserves. Price 2j f-ntu for a single number, or" $ J.Od a ynr. h i f its aboi binclcs U j th' f.ikt that in inn talk, nnd drink. nd Iniw, l, t . l.t aJ, whth ll.c guti;e M ui alien. I 1,;C H f. i low r lUoro; nioie imtiiaci 1 i 1 en tls Huilil m.okii a rr, with Ii than uiivwlutf Jf in ji'.oy ti l ir, vn will oflui hol.l hand that will i-!oi.i h jn, juit often 4 .Ui i ns and a : n hjot, w Inch w ill Ui ('.mie mi to lit r. or f dolhirn thut it ii jmsk! loin. I to jvit js ki r with; tut ju wiilli mort hioi'i.vIh A when ju th. other f. !! i it h it; 1, which invun.ilil loiiHjts of i ki! ; at .1 a tin fJHt. Yiwktr i.s laohdto ej nic, nnd don't r. tsi arc lew old sli.i; c m msje!y, on. v nioie than a n, of tsn docs tew ft , , . h l'j ' ""Vl 1 u n r li'av i l. r. 1 m u r would ! am how out ov rtiff- ciph, 1 was fri n.'il!y rrmt. d chin to tlm Count ktikut line in Nn lij;'r,,I. wher the i.;iirnfl ov 7 np, or old nledgt, ma 1 w'" 1 l'.v ho mh i. kind ol game, t Uf of respect tew tiatitl' State, "d Count ktikut. iny A ut iv m W a un has rarely written a More hiiinoiou-t and pit luusquo paras graph than this fnmi t it c of it parlickt papers: "Tin to wns many afTcctiu' tiea, which made me hank, r nru r Bt tsey Jano. Her father's farm jined ourii; their cowd nnd oum hqmiuh'l their thirst at tint same spring; our old marts had slats on their forreilM; the measles broke out in both families at nearly the ihidh per iod; our part n!s (Betsy's ami mine) sit pt regularly every Sunday, in tint same meet in' house, and the miliers" used to observe, "lb' thick the Wltrfli? ami Peash ys nir!" It was a Miblime sight in the spring of the year to neo our several inotlu r (Betsey 'h and mino with their gowns pimled tip ho they couldn't silo 'em, n Ifect ioi lately Lilin', soap together and abusin their lialtern." lit iim. Queen Victoria haf, for the- firtl time in many years, again appeared in the public streets of London. A tio.'ro has been nominated for Mayor of Lynchburgh, Va. A vat national cemetery for the interment of Union dead in the Benin sula has In en coniiih tetl in the- vicinity of Norfolk. The remains of over twenty-one hundred soldiera havo been in tiried in it. ' ' " i. A servant girl in Coiiglfrti, livin( in ihf family if a doctor, filled the pep per-castor with horse-powders, which the doctor had left lying around loose. The umuu : cting sawbones is greatly addicted to pepper, ami Used a largn quantity of the condition-powder at hiu next meal. The friend says he if! tint in fine condition, has rented ft ntull in tl lively stable, and talks about running for mayor. The l'r cdmen of the United Stale are going to erect a monument to Pre' ideiit Lincoln, in tlic public grounds nt Witsliii gft n. It whs tlesicm-d by Mis HoMiier. Tho matter in in the hnndu of rrederick Douglas, Win. Wellrt Brown, Professor Charles L. Iteason tit New York, Win Still of Philudelohia, and other rt presetitative men of th race. The following is the verdict of A negro jury; We, the uinlcrri tied, bo-' in' a kornar's juray to sit on do body of do niggar Sambo, now th ad arnlgonfl afore us, hub been nil tin' on tie naitl niggar aforesaid, and he did on de fus tec nth of Septober come to dt f by fallin' from tie bridge ober tie riblx-r in do saiil riber, where wo find he was mibse quciitly drown, and a'terwards washetl ou tie riber side whar we 'spots lio wan froz.fl to tlef. "Wife," naitl a married manlordu'nflf for the bootjack after she wan in bed, "I have a place for all things, and j'ort ought to know it by this lime." "Yen," replied she, "I ought to know whero you keep your late hours, but I don't." Theodore Clay, non of Henry" Clny. has for over thirty years been an in mate of the lunatic society at JiCsing" ton, Ivy. He became iin.ane from di' appointed affection. A dying West India planter, ffroan- ed out to his favorite negro f riant, "Ah, Sambo, I'm going on a very oni, long journey !" "Never Mind, mawta," said the lugTo, cefniolinijy, "LitJi all down hill." The Indian depredation in Texi'i still continue. Hundreds of men, wo men and eliih'r n haie bet n 1 nfehcred; whih pn pt rtv in the shape of liornen, cattle, itc, have leen plundered by these midnight maraud, ra. The fashion for gt ritl. rneii'ii panfa loons is continually ri.ruikirg. A gen tlemen at an uptown v.iddg a few1 days ago, refund to bf rr.'df d, beratis he did not have LU "kittin'd'fwii trow sers" on. A new in-writ ion in Paris is mill to be a pair of musical boot. At every Men the pressure of the foot produco melody it may be a wait, a luazotir k a, or nn orw ratie air, 'Ihls nrrange ment would te vlr. ?..t j eoiiHM ttt for a dancing-fnat r. , .-"The times ans no Inrd I can near cely nianago t Iwp ft.y it"-M fctti n water," said a L-rhham! the o'h r day Uj his wife, who was importuning him for a new dress. "Nn," she replied with muKt aspi nty, "but y..n manage to kern it above brandy ea-y Hough." "The graoi orjtn in the wfld," f,ays iKnrts wick 1 ti-.i bat.-hi lor, "ithe organ of j-eedi Ih woman, leau ' i ttt:. n( it Cnl".